Posts tagged with ‘Gambling Act 2005’

  • UK Gambling Act 2005 reforms ‘must include redress scheme’ say solicitors

    By Casino International on April 1, 2021
    A consumer redress scheme for gamblers who have suffered harm should be included in reforms of the Gambling Act 2005, say Leigh Day solicitors Nichola Marshall and Paula Lee. The lawyers, who are currently investigating possible action against collapsed football trading scheme Football Index, have responded to the Government’s call for evidence to inform the Review into the Gambling Act […]
  • Parliamentary APBGG launches UK Gambling Act 2005 review

    By Casino International on April 22, 2020
    Pre-empting the review to be launched by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport at some time in the future, the only All Party Group to support the whole UK gambling industry launches its own review, to ensure an evidence-based submission can be submitted to the government. All industry stakeholders are invited to contribute. The Parliamentary All Party Betting […]